The Fort Worth ISD is making it easier for parents to enroll children for pre-K and kindergarten. Backing up its belief that “Your Child Belongs Here,” the district is providing streamlined online registration and requiring fewer documents during enrollment.
Additionally, the Fort Worth ISD Bookmobile is visiting local neighborhoods to help parents register their children. Children will receive free books to get them excited about learning as they prepare to begin school in the fall.
The district’s pre-K program is free, and there’s enough room for every child. Children attend school from 7:50 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. each day in classrooms that are nurturing, safe spaces that inspire discovery and learning.
Research shows young children who have positive early learning experiences are better equipped to develop the cognitive, social, physical and emotional skills they will need throughout elementary and secondary school.
To learn more, call 817-814-2070.
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